Carvico
Jersey Lomellina

QUALITY AND CERTIFICATIONS

Working every single day to achieve sheer excellence has become a consolidated habit for Carvico and Jersey Lomellina and this has led to the companies being awarded several certifications confirming the quality of their products, issued by some of the major players in the market of competition swimwear, beachwear, outerwear and sportswear.  Such certifications are a concrete evidence of the attention paid by Carvico and JL to efficiency, a characteristic which has won them a place in the really small circle of the most virtuous businesses operating in their market.

Quality

The passion for challenges has always been part of Carvico and Jersey Lomellina’s DNA: an innate aptitude to achieve every day some new and more ambitious targets, which is shared by all departments, with a special attention being paid to Quality Control, which concerns colour fastness, stretch, technical performance and the UV protection factor. This results from a willingness to do things the way they are supposed to be done which has often led the companies to apply the strictest quality and safety standards long before they become compulsory and have turned them into the market leaders in the production of stretch warp knit and circular knit fabrics.

Certificates

Carvico


Adidas
Accreditation Certificate

DNV
Product Certificate Vita

ISO 14001:2004 Certification
ISO 14001:2004 Certification

L.L. Bean
Quality Testing Textile Fabrics

Limited Brands
Silver Laboratory Certification



M&S
Premiere Accreditation Scheme

Oeko Tex - Class I - ENG
Fabrics certified as free of harmful substances

Oeko Tex - Class II - ENG
Fabrics certified as free of harmful substances

Oeko-Tex - Dyeing and finishing process - ENG
Dyeing and finishing process certified as free of harmful substances

PVH
PHV


Jersey Lomellina


DNV
Product Certificate JL Renew

Oeko Tex - Class I - ENG
Fabrics certified as free of harmful substances

Oeko Tex - Class II - ENG
Fabrics certified as free of harmful substances